susanrlin at gmail.com
Tue Jan 5 12:58:35 PST 2010
My father had some that he used in lieu of maple syrup on pancakes. Not my
cup of tea - if I recall I found it kind of bitter.
On Tue, Jan 5, 2010 at 1:50 PM, otsisto <otsisto at socket.net> wrote:
> Note: she already knows about the gluten-free sights.
> " I can search on any number of terms related to sorghum, but all I get is
> a rasher of gluten-free websites."
> I believe she is looking for old fashion recipes.
> My grandmother had used it in pie (syrup) and cookie (syrup and flour)
> baking. I think the baking time was less. She didn't always find the flour
> and over time stuck to wheat flour cause of conveniance. You might what to
> look at recipes from the south. I vaguely remmeber a few Kentucky dessert
> recipes using sorghum though most I think are the syrup.
> tips on sorghim flour
> -----Original Message-----
> Check out any of the gluten free cooking sights for sorghum recipes. It
> used a lot in gluten free cooking and some are drawn from ethnic recipes.
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